Last summer, we drove through Denmark before heading to Norway and made a few stops along the way. I can’t say we were there for long enough to share some valid travel tips, but I did want to share some visual impressions of Kolding, Aarhus and Hirtshals (where you go to take the ferry to Norway) along the way. Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark and it’s where we made an overnight stop on our way back to Belgium. It has no lack of hip(ster) coffee spot or vintage stores (of course not – you’re in Scandinavia after all), and you can spend a lot of time in the open air town museum called Den Gamle By (or The Old Town). It’s really quite extensive, and if you’re interested in seeing how living in Denmark has evolved over time you can certainly get your fix of that here! Of course, one of the other “famous” things to do here is walk around in the circular rainbow on top of the Kunstmuseum. It’s definitely the “Instagram thing to do”. Other Danish impressions? It’s really quite flat, the landscape kind of reminded me of that very standard Windows screensaver thing, it’s clean, cold and… I definitely still want to visit Copenhagen some day!